ANSYS does not have a direct stock purchase program
Does ANSYS pay a dividend? And, does ANSYS have a DRIP plan?
ANSYS currently does not pay a dividend and does not have a dividend reinvestment program (DRIP). ANSYS has paid two stock dividends in connection with its prior stock splits. See Stock Information on the ANSYS Investor Relations home page for information on ANSYS stock splits.
Does ANSYS provide the Cost Basis of my ANSYS stock?
No, cost basis information can be obtained from the ANSYS transfer agent, American Stock Transfer & Trust Company, or from your broker, depending on whether you hold your ANSYS stock directly in your own name, or in street name with a broker. If you own ANSYS stock directly in your name, you can contact American Stock Transfer & Trust Company using the contact information above, or if you hold ANSYS shares through a brokerage firm, you can contact the broker directly.
When has ANSYS' stock split?
Please see the section entitled Stock Information on the ANSYS Investor Relations home page for a history of ANSYS stock splits and additional answers to frequently asked questions about our most recent stock split.
When is ANSYS' next quarterly earnings announcement?
Please visit the Webcasts and Events section for the latest information on ANSYS' next earnings announcement.
When did ANSYS go public? At what price?
ANSYS went public on June 20, 1996 at an initial offer price of $13.00 or $3.25 on a split-adjusted basis.
What year was ANSYS incorporated and in what state?
ANSYS was incorporated on January 12, 1994 in the State of Delaware.
When do ANSYS' fiscal quarters end?
Q1: January 1 thru March 31
Q2: April 1 thru June 30
Q3: July 1 thru September 30
Q4: October 1 thru December 31
What products does ANSYS sell?
ANSYS develops, markets, and supports engineering simulation software used to predict how product designs will operate and how manufacturing processes will behave in real-world environments. The company continually advances simulation solutions by, first, developing or acquiring the very best technology; then integrating it into a unified and customizable simulation platform that allows engineers to efficiently perform complex simulations involving the interaction of multiple physics; and, finally, providing system services to manage simulation processes and data – all so engineers and product developers can spend more time designing and improving products and less time using software and searching for data.
Please refer to our web site at www.ansys.com for a specific listing of ANSYS solutions.
What industries does ANSYS sell its software to?
With the unequalled depth and unparalleled breadth of our engineering simulation solutions, companies in virtually every industry are transforming their leading edge design concepts into innovative products and processes that work. Today, 96 of the top 100 industrial companies on the "FORTUNE Global 500" invest in engineering simulation as a key strategy to win in a globally competitive environment. They choose ANSYS as their simulation partner, deploying the world's most comprehensive multiphysics solutions to solve their complex engineering challenges. The engineered scalability of our solutions delivers the flexibility customers need, within an architecture that is adaptable to the processes and design systems of their choice. No wonder the world's most successful companies turn to ANSYS – with a track record of over 40 years as the industry leader – for the best in engineering simulation.
Please refer to our web site at www.ansys.com in the Industries section for more information on each specific industry vertical.
What companies has ANSYS recently acquired?
Please see the section entitled Acquisitions on the ANSYS Investor Relations home page for a listing of ANSYS's recent publicly announced acquisitions.
Who is ANSYS' registered independent public accountant?
ANSYS' registered independent public accountant is Deloitte & Touche LLP (Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania).
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